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#805 ( 22-28 April 2016 )
Nepalis learnt long ago they cannot rely on their government, and recent events have taught us we cannot rely on outsiders either
#802 ( 1-7 April 2016 )
There should be no reason why India should tie itself in knots over Nepal seeking closer relations with China
#800 ( 18-24 March 2016 )
The blockade might have been lifted, but we are nowhere close to addressing real Madhesi grievances
#798 ( 4-10 March 2016 )
The parallel universe of social media is inhospitable terrain for women
#796 ( 19-25 February 2016 )
The shrinking liberal space in the region and erosion of political freedoms should ring alarm bells for us in Nepal, especially with political extremism taking root in the country once again.
#794 ( 5-11 February 2016 )
Gains of Nepal’s land rights movement has come not from bloodshed and war, but from a non-violent social movement.
#791 ( 15-21 January 2016 )
Those blindly supporting the tactics of the Madhesi Front are the ones who have harmed the Madhesi people the most
#789 ( 1-7 January 2016 )
A strong, stable and democratic Nepal left alone to solve its own issues is the best guarantor of India's national interest
#786 ( 11 - 17 December 2015 )
#781 ( 30 October - 5 November 2015 )
The movement is no longer about what the Madhes and Madhesis really want
#716 ( 18-24 July 2014 )
It’s a thin line between using news sources and being used by them
#714 ( 4-10 July 2014 )
Nepal’s rural women are holding up more than half the sky
#712 ( 20-26 June 2014 )
The second CA will soon have to make some hard choices, and ensure minimum damage
#710 ( 6-12 June 2014 )
The poverty of the imagination is worse than income poverty
#708 ( 23-29 May 2014 )
We don’t live in a democracy but in the dictatorship of a syndicate of parties
#706 ( 9-15 May 2014 )
Separating communities by drawing lines on a map will alienate them, propagating a cycle of hate
#704 ( 25 April - 1 May 2014 )
Do we want to institutionalise impunity and sanitise offenders, or preserve accountability and the rule of law?
#702 ( 11-17 April 2014 )
#700 ( 28 March-3 April 2014 )
The new benchmark for democracy in the days to come will not be procedure, but performance
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#698 ( 14-20 March 2014 )
When it is possible to circumvent the democratic process and still enjoy political power why would anyone want to be accountable?
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